The spreading plan is defined as a summary document detailing, according to their suitability, the agricultural plots that may be subject to the application of sludge or other organic waste. Agrosylva produces this technical document by
mobilizing the stakeholders who bring the territories to life (communities, farmers, local companies, etc.).
■ Confirms the agronomic interest of the sludge or compost :
Analyses are first carried out in the laboratory in order to confirm both the safety of the organic matter spread, but also the agronomic interest depending on the crops.
■ Evaluates the environmental impact of the spreading :
The natural and aquatic environment, as well as water resources, are taken into consideration during land application in order to correlate this virtuous approach with the sensitivity of the environment.
■ Introduces the upcoming work :
The study adapts the most suitable method to the local context, while taking into account the multiple laws governing the spreading of fertilizers, as well as respect for the natural environment.